Palm Sunday Services

Holy Communion at 8 am with distribution of Palms Liturgy of the Palms followed by Choral Eucharist at 10:30 am The service begins as all gather at the doors of…

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Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples: the first Holy Communion. The word “Maundy” derives from the Latin word for commandment, mandatum. After Jesus washed the disciples…

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Good Friday Services

Good Friday is that day in the church calendar when we remember the crucifixion of Jesus. The word “Good” here is used in the older sense of “holy”. In contrast to…

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Adult Class: Renegade Gospel

We will study Renegade Gospel: The Rebel Jesus by Mike Slaughter Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Jesus didn’t come to start a religion. The rebel Jesus came with a renegade gospel to start…

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Women’s Lenten Bible Study

Thursday, February 12, 6:30pm., will be the registration meeting for the 6-week Lenten Bible Study – The Daniel Plan:  40 Days to a Healthier Life.  Registration will be $10 for…

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New Class: St. Thomas’ 101. Begins April 19.

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What is St. Thomas’ 101? St. Thomas’ 101 is a new Adult Education program we will offer beginning April 19, 2015. It is a 6 week class that will cover a range of topics within the Anglican/Episcopal tradition. It is an introduction for new members and serves as the adult confirmation class for those desiring confirmation by the Bishop—but it is open to all who wish to come, even if you have been a member for 60 years! The topics covered in St. Thomas’ 101 will include the Holy Scriptures; Basic Theology, Doctrine, and the Sacraments; the History of Christianity; the History of the Anglican/Episcopalian Tradition; the History of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church; and what Programs and Ministries are available through St. Thomas’. In the section on the Holy Scriptures we will look at the following: how the canon of Scripture was formed, the historic reliability of the text, the types of literature that are included in the Scripture, the purpose of the Bible in a Christian’s life, the concept of Biblical Theology, the Old and New Covenants, and the Authority of the Word…